The UNF Biological Sciences Building project consisted of a new 116,500sf Teaching and Research Facility with the Coastal Biology Program as the flagship of the department.
The University of Florida Health East Entry Atrium and Façade project design included the attachment of a two-layered structural steel framework on the east façade of the existing 12-story north tower at Shands Hospital.
Florida State University’s (FSU) Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science (EOAS) facility is a seven-story, reinforced-concrete building that totals approximately 136,000sf and is located at the North Gateway to FSU. The exterior façade consists of traditional Florida State masonry and clay-tile roofing, as well as large elevations of modern curtainwall and metal siding.
Over the course of two summers, Structure Tone worked with Hollis Upper Elementary School and the Hollis Primary School to improve their energy efficiency measures and update their heating and electric systems.
The Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare combines world-class health care with a state-of-the-art building designed to facilitate learning in health teams. In 2006, Ajax started work on the Utility Infrastructure for the new six-story, 194,000sf Patient Care Medical Facility.
The new Largo High School building was modeled after a college campus, with an emphasis on efficient transitions in between classes, safety and security, readiness for the technology of the next several decades and, most importantly, student achievement.
MIT Beaver Works Aero Astro is a joint facility shared between MIT Lincoln Laboratory and MIT School of Engineering. It is open to all MIT students, faculty, and collaborators for science, research, and education. Structure Tone worked with MIT to complete renovations at this 10,000sf multi-use space.
University College London - Restack With its student population rapidly increasing, University College London (UCL) needed more space on its Bloomsbury campus. The solution – Re-organise 1-19 Torrington Place.
SUNY Purchase Constructed in 1973, the Humanities Building on the SUNY Purchase campus had not had any major renovations since then. With new requirements for health and safety, ADA compliance and energy efficiency.
Boston College Isotope Geochemistry Lab Boston College’s Earth & Environmental Sciences Department needed a new lab to house its geochemistry work, specifically its isotope geochemistry research. Building a space that properly accommodates such complex scientific pursuits came with some challenges, from fitting together the necessary equipment to ensuring the lab met stringent standards for a controlled environment—all within a very short timeframe.